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anonymous asked:

In an old MBMBAM episode, Travis says that the only things preventing the hunger inside him from destroying this plane of existence are consecutive kung fu panda movies. Do you think that's where Griffin got the idea for The Hunger? Do you think John is dissatisfied because he hasn't seen Kung Fu Panda 3?

the rumor come out, John Hunger’s true identity is NONE OTHER THAN john lasseter himself, chief creative officer of Pixar studios. the same studio that is behind “Cars 3″, the one and only true film about hating millennials, of which Griffin is One and has shown great distress over this Unwarranted Hate for Some Time Now

it is only natural that our true savior is the Kung Fu Panda Trilogy AKA the greatest trilogy that Ever Has Been Or Will Be, created by one of Pixar’s greatest competitors: Dreamworks


My Boss, John Lasseter has the craziest offices I’ve ever seen  - here’s his Pixar office. I found most of these online. The top image is from a book that I hope gets printed by Greg Preston called The Artist Within vol. 2. Here’s a link to the first volume:


I’ll have to post some photos of his Disney Animation office soon!


Walt Disney Animation Studios and Pixar Animation Studios Draw Up Some Serious Magic at D23 Expo

Saldy there will no be a Disney Television Animation Panel this year at D23 Expo,but we have some upcoming stuff at Disney Films 

Friday, July 14

Pixar and Walt Disney Animation Studios: The Upcoming Films, Hosted by John Lasseter (2:30 p.m., Hall D23) –– Join host John Lasseter, chief creative officer of Pixar and Walt Disney Animation Studios, as he presents Pixar and Walt Disney Animation Studios: The Upcoming Films. Watch never-before-seen footage from Pixar’s upcoming feature Coco and Walt Disney Animation’s Ralph Breaks the Internet: Wreck-It Ralph 2, and be prepared for surprise announcements, musical performances, and appearances by star voice talent. Cell phones, cameras, and all recording devices will be checked for this presentation.

Saturday, July 15

The Power of the Princess (10:30 a.m., Stage 28) –– Join hosts Walt Disney Animation Studios animators Amy Smeed and Kira Lehtomaki as the voice actresses behind some of your favorite Disney heroines––Jodi Benson (Ariel), Ming-Na Wen (Mulan), Anika Noni Rose (Tiana), and Auli‘i Cravalho (Moana)––take the stage to share stories from the sound booth and beyond.

Creating the Worlds in Pixar’s Universe (12:15 p.m., Stage 28) –– Pixar production designers and artists will literally take guests behind the scenes on a visual tour of the amazing worlds created in Pixar films––from oceans and outer space, to mountain tops and “monstropolises.”

Olaf’s Frozen Adventure: A Sneak Peek at the New Frozen Short Film (2:30 p.m., Stage 28) –– Be among the first to see exclusive and behind-the-scenes footage from Walt Disney Animation Studios’ newest Frozen holiday short film event, the highly anticipated Olaf’s Frozen Adventure. The film, which features the talents of the original Frozen cast, as well as brand-new songs, is directed by the Emmy®-winning team Stevie Wermers-Skelton and Kevin Deters (Prep & Landing) and produced by Oscar®-winning producer Roy Conli (Big Hero 6, Tangled).

The Evolution of Pixar’s Characters (6 p.m., Stage 28) –– Pixar characters are full of personality––from the waves in their hair to the shoes on their feet. Join some of the legendary Pixar artists behind its most memorable characters as they share what it’s like to draw these loveable characters to life.

Sunday, July 16

Bambi’s 75th Anniversary (11:30 a.m., Walt Disney Archives Stage) –– Celebrate the 75th anniversary and Walt Disney Signature Collection release of Bambi with personal stories from the voice cast, anecdotes behind the making of this film and its exquisite hand-drawn artwork, and much, much more.

'The Incredibles 2' will pick up immediately after the first film

When the sequel to The Incredibles hits theaters in 2018, it will have been 14 years since Pixar first introduced us to the Parr family and their set of powers. Ever since the sequel was first announced, fans have wondered what year it’ll take place in and how old the characters will be. (If Jack-Jack was a terror as a baby, just imagine him as a teenager.) Now, Pixar chief creative officer John Lasseter has finally addressed those questions — and revealed that the second film picks up right where the original left off.

“It starts right as the first one finishes, so it just carries on,” Lasseter told IGN at this year’s D23 Expo. He added that the sequel will begin with a major action scene centering on the Underminer, the cartoonish, mole-like villain who emerged from the earth in the last few seconds of the original.

“It starts with the Underminer and a big old set piece,” Lasseter said. “You know that at the end of the first movie when he comes up and you see the family dressed as superheroes, well that’s where [we] start this movie.”

Director Brad Bird is back on board for the sequel, which will once again focus on Mr. Incredible (Craig T. Nelson), Elastigirl (Holly Hunter), and their three children: Violet, Dash, and Jack-Jack. (Samuel L. Jackson is also confirmed to return as the voice of Frozone.)

The Incredibles 2 is slated to hit theaters on June 15, 2018.

Taraji P. Henson Joins ‘Ralph Breaks The Internet': D23 Expo

Disney Animation and star Sarah Silverman showed excited Disney fans the first footage for “Ralph Breaks The Internet,” the 2018 sequel of the video game-inspired “Wreck-It Ralph,” at the D23 Expo in Anaheim, featuring new cast addition Taraji P. Henson as a trend-setting internet maven.

Taking place six years after “Wreck-It Ralph,” “Ralph Breaks The Internet” will see John C. Reilly and Sarah Silverman return  as Ralph and Vanellope von Schweetz, with Jack McBrayer and Jane Lynch also returning as Fix-It Felix and Sgt. Calhoun. The story will take Ralph and Vanellope from video games to the Internet, as the pair explores a whole new world after a wi-fi router gets plugged into their arcade. Phil Johnston and “Zootopia” co-director Rich Moore are making the film.

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The new trailer shows Vanellope and Ralph arrive in an internet server, where Ralph naively falls for tiny creatures who try to draw him in with pop-up ads. Fortunately, Vanellope is there to drag him away.

Silverman then presented never-before-seen footage featuring a new character called Yesss, voiced by Henson. Yesss is the head of a trendsetting website called Buzzaholic, and offers Ralph and Vanellope a tour of the site OhMyDisney.com, which will prominently feature both classic Disney characters and figures from the “Star Wars” and “Marvel” worlds that Disney picked up not long after the release of the first “Wreck-It Ralph.”

Vanellope ends up going off course and comes face-to-face with all the Disney princesses (voiced by their original voice actors) from Snow White and Ariel to Elsa and Moana.  They welcome her into their fold after she sympathizes with the same problem they all have: everyone thinks a big, strong man solved all their problems. Rapid fire references to every Disney movie quickly follow, along with a cameo from C-3PO, who hates that he was given the job of looking after princesses just because he dealt with another certain princess from a galaxy far, far away.

The D23 animation presentation was hosted by Walt Disney Studios Chairman Alan Horn and “Toy Story” director and Disney Animation/Pixar chief creative officer John Lasseter. Lasseter has served as head of Disney’s entire animation division since 2007, and is slated to direct Pixar’s “Toy Story 4,” due out 2019.

“Ralph Breaks the Internet: Wreck-It Ralph 2” will hit theaters November 21, 2018

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John Oliver Joins Disney’s Live-Action 'The Lion King’ (Exclusive)

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Samuel L. Jackson and ‘Incredibles 2’ Cast Unveil Details at D23 Expo

Brad Bird, director of “The Incredibles,” appeared at the D23 Expo in Anaheim to show animation tests for the upcoming sequel to “The Incredibles,” due out summer 2018. Bird was joined by the cast of the film, including Samuel L. Jackson, Craig T. Nelson, and Holly Hunter.

Bird presented tests for all the members of the Parr family, demonstrating how they would look in the upcoming film, 14 years after the release of the first movie.

“The cool thing about doing this again is that technology has gotten so much better. We can make them look closer to what we wanted them to look like in the first film,” said Bird.

Bird says the Parrs will move into a luxurious new home after their old house was destroyed at the climax of the first film. The director was tight-lipped about the plot, but said that the story would see Helen, a.k.a. Elastigirl swing into action while Bob, a.k.a. Mr. Incredible, stays at home to deal with his toughest job yet: taking care of his infant son, Jack-Jack, whom he doesn’t know already has superpowers…until now.

A work-in-progress clip showed Jack-Jack sneaking out of the house while Bob’s sleeping to take on a trash-stealing raccoon with his new abilities. During the fight, Bob wakes up and finds out what his youngest son is capable of to both his delight and horror, as he realizes that raising an infant that can pass through walls might be a father’s worst nightmare.

The D23 animation presentation was hosted by “Toy Story” director and Disney Animation/Pixar chief creative officer John Lasseter. Lasseter has served as head of Disney’s entire animation division since 2007.

“The Incredibles 2” hits theaters June 15, 2018.